AXIS M3113-R Network Camera
Compact, rugged network camera for mobile video surveillance
Discontinued product, Online support only
Replacement: AXIS P3904-R
Please see the user manual for the product’s technical specifications.
- Flat, rugged design
- Progressive scan and SVGA resolution
- Multiple H.264 and Motion JPEG streams
- Quick and reliable installation
- Active tampering alarm
Video surveillance in vehicles
AXIS M3113-R Network Camera is specially designed for mobile video surveillance in buses, trains, subway cars and emergency vehicles.
Vibration resistance and tampering alarm
The camera has protection against dust and water, and can withstand tough conditions such as vibrations, shocks, bumps and temperature fluctuations. The active tampering alarm can detect tampering attempts such as blocking or spray-painting.
AXIS M3113-R has support for SVGA streaming at full frame rate. The camera is specially adapted to respond quickly to changes in light levels, ensuring that high image quality is maintained. The use of progressive scan also produces clearer images of moving objects. The pixel counter helps verify that the pixel resolution of an object or face meets regulatory or specific customer requirements.
Quick and reliable installation
The camera is designed for quick and reliable installation. The desired field of view and a leveled image can be easily achieved by using the supplied lens tool to direct and rotate the ball that holds the lens and image sensor. Power over Ethernet support further simplifies installation since only one cable is needed for carrying power and video.
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All software isn't compatible with all products, please refer to the data sheets for compatibility information.
The market's easiest video surveillance solution optimized for small systems
The ideal solution to meet the needs for active surveillance of mid-sized installations